Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust announces final lineup for this weekend’s Horn Fair in Charlton

12 October 2022
Press Release

Annual family event at Charlton House & Gardens to feature artisan and food markets, kids’ activities including bouncy castles, music and dance performances, and family-friendly historical demonstrations

CHARLTON, ROYAL GREENWICH – Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust this week announced the schedule and vendors for its popular autumn celebration Horn Fair. The annual event takes place this Sunday 16th October from 11am to 4pm.

Horn Fair, which last year attracted more than a thousand locals from Charlton and Blackheath, will feature a dynamic range of family-friendly events, including a bouncy castle village, two artisan and food markets, sets from local musicians and dancers, and tours and a plant sale inside the House’s popular walled gardens.

A full schedule of the event’s vendors and activities, which also include drop-in Jacobean dancing workshops, can be found at

This year’s event marks the first time Horn Fair will be officially partnered with CC Events UK, a family-run events organisation led by Catherine and Chris Molnar. Their markets and entertainment with the House and other venues like the council’s Maryon-Wilson Park, Severndroog Castle, Danson House, and Lesnes Abbey are widely  recognised throughout the borough.

Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust is a registered charity, formed in 2014 to look after key structures, objects, and historic records within the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Assets in the Trust’s care include Charlton House & Gardens, Charlton Assembly Rooms, Tudor Barn, and the Museum Collections & Archive of the Royal Greenwich, as well as memorials across the Borough. Its aim is to ensure the future of the Royal Greenwich’s rich heritage whilst bringing that heritage to life for everyone, through exhibitions, tours, walks and activities.

Charlton House is a Grade 1 listed Jacobean manor house situated in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London. Built between 1607 and 1612 for Sir Adam Newton, tutor to James I’s eldest son, Henry, Prince of Wales, the House has a rich and colourful history and is now in the proud care of the Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust.